published in 2007 in DMG Thesis Archives
This MS thesis examines the challenge of making effective architectural presentations with digital projector technology and presents a prototype application for enhanced audience (reviewer) participation. The following is taken from her abstract:
With the growing use of digital technologies in both architecture practice and education, reviewers and clients face challenges with communication and representation. I am interested in one of these challenges—how to engage reviewers in the unfamiliar world of digital presentations? Current digital design presentations change the traditional structure and organization, providing few benefits for audience and review members. How can digital presentations be more satisfying? By providing reviewers a level of control over the digital presentation, I have created an environment where digital presentations have similar affordances to traditional presentations.